The South of France is beautiful, and a perfect travel destination for those who want a big city, beach, charming coastal towns and idyllic valleys.
Author Jesper Munk Hansen
Jesper lives in Kolding and has traveled a lot in his life. Especially in Southern Europe, where Italy and Spain are his favourites. He has visited Spain 10 times and Italy 23 times.
He speaks Spanish and is also learning Italian. He has also been Ambassador for Visit Italy for a little more than 2 years from 2020 to 2022.
In addition, he has lived in Malaysia for 3 months.
Jesper travels 4-6 times a year and in 2022 he has been on 6 trips.
2023 is not yet planned, but places such as Prague, Valencia, Barcelona, San Marino and Sicily are being considered.
Follow Jesper's travel page on Instagram, where he talks about his many travels: https://www.instagram.com/jemuhadventures/
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